New from Parker, OIL-Xplus ADVANTAGE filter element

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domnick hunter Filtration and Separation – a division of Parker Hannifin – is introducing the all-new OIL-Xplus ADVANTAGE filter element, which has been claimed to save up to 54 per cent in energy costs over the next leading alternative's element.

For maintenance and end user departments that need to replace elements in existing domnick hunter OIL-Xplus installations, why fit an inferior competitor element when the new OIL-Xplus ADVANTAGE element will help you satisfy your demanding energy reduction targets?

The new OIL-Xplus ADVANTAGE filter element features a pleated construction that delivers three times the open area when compared with equivalent products. This ensures a greater dirt-holding capacity, while providing low-pressure drop across the element, which in turn delivers lower energy costs. By fitting the new OIL-Xplus ADVANTAGE element, customers will benefit from maintaining original equipment specifications combined with improvements in performance and a reduction in operating costs.

Graham Leach, Market Development Manager domnick hunter Filtration and Separation Division states: “The subject of saving energy across compressed air installations is an extreme focus for many businesses across the world. Faced with rising utility costs, many manufacturers are critically examining their plant-wide energy usage. It is essential that filter elements be changed every 12 months to ensure peak operating performance, so in this energy-conscious times why not replace with a filter element that’s going to give you a real advantage? Our engineers have developed a brand new filter element that represents a breakthrough in compressed air preparation. We are confident that the performance of the new OIL-Xplus ADVANTAGE surpasses any of our competitor’s products in terms of delivering valuable reductions in energy usage and compressed air quality.”

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